About the 2016 Black Interior Designers Conference
The conference kicks off with an exceptional evening of drinks and mingling. Attendees and designers alike will gather in an intimate setting to talk design and settle in before we get down to business. In 2016, we're really going to step it up. We've combined all the highlights from previous conferences and we truly believe this year's event will be spectacular.
The Black Interior Designers conference will take place in Atlanta, GA August 18-20th. Attendees can look forward to three days of networking, speaking engagements and small group seminars. This event will pair potential designers with the tools and inspiration to get started on their own interior design projects and get their businesses off the ground. Education is the theme of this year's conference and we're bringing in experts in critical areas so that attendees leave knowing they can put their best foot forward and move their companies in the right direction.
Early bird tickets will be on sale beginning mid-December, offering savvy registrants the opportunity to attend the conference at a discounted rate. Regular priced tickets will go on sale February 1st. You're not going to want to wait until the last minute to buy your tickets, as there are only a limited amount of tickets for purchase.
The conference will also be dedicated to African American Top 20 Interior Designers who make insurmountable contributions to the interior design community with their unique, individual style and design technique. These Top 20 Black Interior Designers will be recognized at the beginning of the conference and will serve as ambassadors for the community throughout the conference.
Each year our founder, Kimberly Ward, along with our generous sponsors, carefully craft a program that invites you to experience modern design. Guests will learn from and celebrate with some of the best interior designers in the industry. The conference is an incubator for designers, developers and interior design enthusiasts to come and exchange new ideas while paying homage to those being recognized for their great works.